Ice Cube is still very angry about that movie he lost because he wouldn’t get the COVID vaccine

Ice CubePhoto: Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images for BIG3 Ice Cube wants you to know that he is still very angry about the COVID vaccine (which no one actually wanted from him)while expressing his refusal to get “the jab” – that is, a vaccine show – in a recent podcast interview to avoid infection from a virus … Read more

This is your brain having a migraine

On the left, an arrow points to cerebral microbleeds recorded in the left temporal lobe in a case of migraine with aura. On the right, the arrow points to another possible abnormality on the same side of the microbleeds. Image: RSNA and Wilson Xu New research seems to offer the best look yet at how … Read more

Whether you really need to pee after sex, according to science

Photo: VGstock studio (Shutterstock) If you have a vagina, you’ve probably been told it’s a vagina absolute recommendation to urinate immediately after sex to prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs). But it turns out there isn’t much evidence to support this idea. Shockingly little research has been done on whether this oft-repeated advice actually works. A … Read more

Histoplasmosis Lung Infections Widespread in US: Study

The fungus histoplasma, which causes lung infections, was concentrated in the Midwest in the 1950s and 1960s (top map), but now causes significant disease across much of the country (bottom).Graphic: Patrick Mazi and Andrew Spec/Washington University A disease-causing fungus known as histOplasma is in the soil of nearly all US states, a new study suggests. … Read more

How to tell the difference between sadness and depression

Given how we use the words “sadness” and “depression” in everyday life and pop culture, it can be difficult to distinguish one from the other. Even though they look alike, they are not. Experts say it’s like comparing a single star to a constellation. Understand what separates sadness from depression important, because it can help … Read more